National Vote at Home Institute (NVAHI) is dedicated to making sure every American can vote in secure, safe, accessible, and equitable elections by expanding vote-at-home systems in all 50 states. NVAHI works with election officials in optimizing their administration processes and governing laws for both mail ballot and in-person voting methods. NVAHI works to remove legislative and administrative barriers to vote-at-home systems and educate the public on the benefits of voting at home while still preserving the ability to vote in person for those who may want or need it.
Conduct original research and provide a clearinghouse for data on voting at home.
Assess & recommend policies governing how mail ballots are offered & processed.
Support election officials on implementation, resources and best practices.
Work to expand access to voting at home & in-person voting options.
Voting by mail — also known as voting at home — is a secure, time-tested way to increase voter participation. Voters get their ballot delivered to them weeks before Election Day, fill it out at their convenience, then return it either in-person or by mail.
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